Thesaurus / acclimated

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What it is to be acclimated to western fevers no two persons exactly agree.

The Gilded Age, CompleteMark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner

Their flesh is delicious; they also deserve to be acclimated.

Reptiles and BirdsLouis Figuier

We had had time to learn the language and sort of get acclimated so we did very well there.

Continuous VaudevilleWill M. Cressy

They say the planters never lived on the plantations in summer months, though they were acclimated, for fear of fevers.

The palm tree was imported and acclimated as a native plant.

The Enemies of WomenVicente Blasco Ibez

They were born here and are acclimated to it—we are strangers and aren't.

The Skylark of SpaceEdward Elmer Smith and Lee Hawkins Garby

They are small, but, having been acclimated, are sleek and well-conditioned.

In fact, I suppose it has got used to them, sort of acclimated, as it were.

That I might have seen more had I been acclimated, and had been accustomed to telescopic observation there is no doubt.

Mars and its MysteryEdward Sylvester Morse

June 23 Louisiana was asked to furnish two mounted, acclimated companies to clear guerillas from near Vera Cruz.

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